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    Hairy Scot got a reaction from sployal in Week 32 of the super SPL fun predictions for the season 2020 -2021 fellow members.   
    Saturday 13th March
        Livingston                                                    15:00                                         Hamilton Academical---1
        Ross County                                                15:00                                         Hibernian------------------2
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    Hairy Scot reacted to superally in Meghan and Oprah Show   
    That is so true. IE I love my wife's cooking, yet hate her fecking moaning.
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    Hairy Scot got a reaction from superally in Meghan and Oprah Show   
    It's quite possible to admire or respect one aspect of a person while decrying another.
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    Hairy Scot got a reaction from UNIQUE in Meghan and Oprah Show   
    There's too much opinion and not enough fact.
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Mr Magnificent in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    That is what makes it funny! 😁
    I imagined Lennon being forced to listen to it. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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    Hairy Scot reacted to UNIQUE in Meghan and Oprah Show   
    im not a racist person as you all know but the royal family has been a tight nit group for hundreds of years and as soon as a black chick comes in it all goes to pot with racist claims. 😮
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    Hairy Scot reacted to sployal in Week 31 of the super SPL fun predictions for the season 2020 -2021 fellow members.   
    Results for week 31 of the super SPL fun predictor season 2020 - 2021 fellow members
    Saturday 6th March
        Aberdeen                                             15:00                              Hamilton Academical                        X
        Motherwell                                          15:00                               Livingston                                          1
        Rangers                                               15:00                               St Mirren                                            1
        Ross County                                        15:00                               Kilmarnock                                        1
        St Johnstone                                       15:00                               Hibernian                                           1
    Sunday 7th March
        Dundee United                                    12:00                              Celtic                                                   X
    Results of week 31 by participants
    SP 4 out of 6
    Dug 3 out of 6
    Bastion 2 out of 6
    Hairy 2 out of 6  
    Mak 2 out of 6
    Boro Boy 5 out of 6
    Winston 2 out of 6
    The standings after week 31
    Dug               104
    Bastion         098
    Boro Boy       096
    Mak               092
    Hairy             092
    SP                 081
    Winston        065
    Dug jumps 6 points in the lead above Bastion, BB easing his 3rd place with 5 good results, Mak and Hairy still neck and neck, Winston slipping 16 points behind SP.
    Rangers win a memorable 55th league title in a canter, the fight for top 6 places looks done and dusted but the relegation batlle will now take top stage with a battle between Ross County, Accies and Killie.
    A few afters
    Full time Sheep Accies 0 - 0
    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes says his side "must carry more threat and punch" after they failed to score for the eighth time in nine Scottish Premiership games in drawing with Hamilton Academical.
    The hosts passed up several clear-cut chances in a dominant first half hour.
    But Brian Rice's side responded well to earn a deserved draw and move off the foot of the table.
    "It's a real missed opportunity," McInnes said.
    "The more people talk about it [lack of goals], the players can get anxious. Sometimes you need something to fall for you or a bit of luck.
    "We tried to go as attacking as we could. While we get another clean sheet and we are another point closer to Hibs, it's scant consolation for the effort we put in."
    McInnes said pre-match he was keen to get Kamberi and Hendry starting together as a pair, and you could understand why in the early exchanges.
    Kamberi was a livewire, linking well with the on-loan St Johnstone forward and the visitors simply could not deal with it.
    But the hosts could not take advantage of the openings that came their way. First, Niall McGinn capitalised on slack defending to cut back to Kamberi but, by the time the striker had the ball out of his feet, his effort was blocked, before McGinn had a rebounded volley headed off the line.
    McGinn, again, found himself in behind. This time pulling a ball back from the bye-line as Hendry and Kamberi seemed to get in each other's way as a close-range finish sailed over.
    Balls in behind continued to cause the away side problems as Lewis Ferguson's clip was latched onto by Kamberi who slid a pass across goal, but the ball seemed to just hit off Hendry's thigh and trickle wide.
    Rice's side composed themselves after a manic opening half hour, as neat build-up play resulted in Nathan Thomas feeding David Moyo in the box. The Hamilton striker made a yard for himself before seeing an effort from close range blocked well.
    Hamilton's star man of the season Ross Callachan then forced Joe Lewis into a stunning save as the former Hearts man's long-range strike took a nick on the way leaving Lewis sprawling at full stretch high to his left to tip away.
    Like the first half, McInnes' side started the second on the front foot as Kamberi and Ash Taylor failed to convert from headers either side of Niall McGinn's near-post strike, which forced Fulton into a smart stop.
    This was not a backs-to-the-wall job from the away side as they, too, posed a threat of their own.
    Screams for a penalty were turned down when Scott Martin's strike struck Andrew Considine's hand, and shortly after Considine blocked another Martin effort, but there was no controversy about this one as the midfielder charged on to a loose ball before his effort was thwarted by the Scotland centre-back.
    Aberdeen put the pressure on the closing stages, but Rice's men defended impeccably to earn a vital point.
    Man of the match - Hakeem Odoffin

    The former Livingston man (left) was outstanding in midfield as no one could match his seven interceptions and 12 possession gains.
    What did they say?
    Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes:
    "It was a game we knew the importance of winning.
    "It doesn't dilute the fact we feel third is there for us. I thought we were good enough to get all three points."
    Hamilton head coach Brian Rice:
    "You're always happy when you come to Aberdeen and take something home. We had a few chances and so did Aberdeen.
    "I'm delighted, we had a couple of injuries but everyone did their job today. I couldn't ask for any more out the lads today."
    What's next?
    Hamilton travel to Livingston next Saturday (15:00 GMT) in a rearranged league game, while Aberdeen do not return to action until 20 March (15:00) when they go to Tannadice to face Dundee United.

    Full time Motherwell Livvy 3 - 1
    Motherwell "don't want to relax" after successive wins took them nine points clear of the Scottish Premiership's bottom two, Graham Alexander says.
    Alexander's side followed last week's win over Hibernian with a 3-1 victory at home to Livingston.
    Devante Cole scored either side of half-time for Well, with Christopher Long also netting after Jack Fitzwater's header for Livi.
    "We have to keep the pressure up," manager Alexander told BBC Scotland.
    "We don't want to relax, we want to win points, we want to win games."
    Well can no longer achieve a top-six finish but are now nine points clear of Hamilton Academical in the relegation play-off spot and 10 clear of basement side Kilmarnock.
    Livingston, who are fifth, remain on course for a top-six place with a three-point advantage over St Johnstone and a one-point gap on sixth-placed St Mirren.
    After a pre-match minute's applause in memory of former Motherwell and Scotland forward Ian St John, the home side pressed and pressed in search of an opening goal.
    Jordan Roberts and Stephen O'Donnell tested goalkeeper Ross McCrorie in quick succession and Tony Watt flashed an effort wide.
    Watt soon had to make way with an injury, with Long taking over, and it was a corner that led to the spot-kick. Former Livingston midfielder Crawford progressed forward after retrieving the ball on the edge of the box only to be bundled over by Matej Poplatnik. Cole struck right down the middle.
    The goal prompted the visitors to come out their shell and Poplatnik darted across the box to head Jon Guthrie's throw-in towards goal, forcing Liam Kelly into action.
    And, just before the break, Josh Mullin's free-kick curled wide of Kelly's goal.
    Livingston could not maintain that promise after the break and manager David Martindale threw on Scott Pittman and Alan Forrest in place of Steve Lawson and Aaron Taylor-Sinclair.
    But Motherwell were next to score. Jake Carroll's free-kick was blocked by the wall but Barry Maguire fed Cole to sweep past McCrorie.
    The visitors had to respond and they did. Craig Sibbald's free-kick was helped on by Guthrie and Fitzwater's header beat Kelly.
    However, Livingston left themselves short at the back as they pressed for parity with McCrorie's long ball returned forward by Cole and Long had a free run at goal to score.
    Livingston almost got a second when Forrest crossed low towards Poplatnik, Jake Carroll making a goal-line clearance.
    Man of the match - Devante Cole

    Cole led the line well and his finish for the second goal showed growing confidence.
    What did they say?
    Motherwell manager Graham Alexander:
    "The biggest thing we're trying to find is consistency. The way we started the game set the standard for the rest of it.
    "We really pinned Livi back for large spells. Our pressure told. We deservedly won the three points."
    Livingston manager David Martindale:
    "It was probably, since I took over, the worst game of football that we've put out there on the park. Our defending was criminal.
    "I can't defend the goals we lost. We gave Motherwell three goals. It's indefensible and I play my part in that. It's up to me to find a way to fix it."
    What's next?
    Livingston host Hamilton Academical next Saturday (15:00 GMT). Motherwell's next match is away to Kilmarnock on Saturday 20 March (15:00).

    Full time Rangers Buddies 3 - 0
    Rangers swept aside St Mirren to move within a point of the Scottish Premiership title - and will be crowned champions if Celtic fail to win at Dundee United on Sunday.
    Alfredo Morelos' acute finish added to Ryan Kent's thumping strike as two goals in two minutes made the result a formality.
    Ianis Hagi netted a minute after the break as Rangers - with manager Steven Gerrard serving a one-match ban in the stands - maintained their perfect home record with a 16th win.
    Rangers players and some staff rushed to one corner of the stadium at full-time to acknowledge their fans, who had flouted coronavirus lockdown restrictions by gathering outside hours before kick-off.
    Defeat dented St Mirren's top-six hopes but they have a two-point lead over St Johnstone and their fate in their own hands with one pre-split fixture left.
    As a measure of how far Rangers have come since their financial implosion, eight years ago this weekend they were being turned over 2-1 at home by part-time Annan Athletic in the bottom tier.
    Their trek to the pinnacle of Scottish football has been long and arduous, but that will make a first top-flight title in 10 years all the sweeter for supporters.
    Flares and fireworks filled the sky as a fervent atmosphere of celebration greeted Gerrard and the players on their way into Ibrox.
    The hosts then crackled with intensity from the outset with a sparkling performance that showed no hint of nerves.
    St Mirren had already achieved what no other side in domestic or European competition have managed this season - a win over Rangers - but their hopes of that repeating that shock League Cup success were quickly extinguished.
    Kent made the 14th-minute breakthrough when he collected a Connor Goldson pass 25 yards out, feigned a right-foot shot to bamboozle Jake Doyle-Hayes before arrowing the ball into the net with his left.
    Before Jim Goodwin's men had time to compose themselves, their deficit was doubled as Glen Kamara played in Morelos down the right-hand side of the box. The angle was tight but the Colombian striker's finish was clinical as it kissed the far post on its way in.
    St Mirren's attempted response saw Dylan Connolly dispossess Steven Davis and bear down on goal before dragging wide.
    But that was rare respite from Rangers pressure and Goldson headed inches wide after Borna Barisic had lasered a free-kick on to the centre-back's forehead.
    The third soon followed after the restart as Kent bounded down the left and his cutback found Hagi at the back post to pick his spot.
    St Mirren's main concern now was preventing further damage to their goal difference, but they almost pulled one back as substitute Jon Obika's flick from six yards out was clawed away from the top corner by Allan McGregor.
    Rangers finished strongly with their former goalkeeper Jak Alnwick sticking out a leg to slice a Kent drive over his own bar, then superbly foiling Jermain Defoe from close range.
    St Mirren substitute Dylan Reid made history as he came off the bench at the death to become the Paisley club's youngest debutant at 16 years and six days.
    Man of the match - Ryan Kent

    A goal and assist in another stand-out show from the winger who has come of age as a Rangers player this season.
    What did we learn?
    This was a nerveless, ruthless display from a Rangers side who have painful experience of St Mirren's ability to produce a shock.
    From the moment Kent's opener nestled in the net, the result was never in doubt and Gerrard's side refused to let the emotion of the occasion affect them.
    St Mirren, meanwhile, diligently kept at it to avoid a heavier defeat. A first top-six finish since 1985 is still within their grasp - victory in their remaining game, away to Hamilton Academical, will guarantee it - and would be just reward for an excellent campaign from Goodwin and his team.
    What did they say?
    Rangers manager Steven Gerrard:
    "On a really big, monumental day for the club this is probably the most important three points we have delivered.
    "It puts us millimetres away from being champions. We will try and stay humble. It's tough, because we are so close."
    St Mirren manager Jim Goodwin:
    "We're not going to beat ourselves up about today. If you'd offered me one game to go pre-split to get into the top six with all we've had to deal with Covid, we'd have bitten your hand off."
    What's next?
    Rangers are already champions when they return to action in the Old Firm derby at Celtic Park on 21 March (12:00 GMT).
    St Mirren play their final pre-split fixture the previous day with a trip to second-bottom Hamilton (15:00).

    Full time Ross County Killie 3 - 2
    Kilmarnock players took "no responsibility", says manager Tommy Wright, as a 3-2 defeat by Ross County left them bottom of the Scottish Premiership.
    Kyle Lafferty's fine drive deservedly put them ahead, but they were pegged back by Billy Mckay's close-range finish.
    And County rallied at the start of the second-half to storm in front with Mckay rattling in his second barely two minutes after Leo Hjelde side-footed home.
    That left Kilmarnock stunned, but they set up a tense finish when Lafferty blasted home his second from the spot after Keith Watson had hauled down Greg Kiltie.
    Despite a late surge, they failed to claw their way back and also had Ross Millen sent off in the final minute as their winless run extends to 10 league games.
    "I've come out and defended our players in my four previous games, but the way we started that second half made it a real uphill struggle," Wright told BBC Scotland.
    "We responded well, but the damage was already done. There was no responsibility taken and there's very little we can take out of that game.
    "There aren't any positives from today. When you defend like that, we can't pat ourselves on the back."
    County are now four points clear of Kilmarnock with a game in hand as they sit 10th, three ahead of Hamilton Academical in 11th, the relegation play-off spot.
    Separated by just one point before kick-off, the significance of defeat was not lost on either manager pre-match.
    Both sides played in the frenetic, almost desperate manner you might expect in the circumstances, with plenty of blood and thunder but little in the way of crisp, precise football.
    County started the better, with Blair Spittal picking up pockets of space to cause problems, but Wright - still waiting for his first win - soon asked Kiltie to drop back into midfield to allow Gary Dicker to foil Spittal's efforts.
    That helped swing the game in Kilmarnock's favour, with Lafferty's terrific strike giving them their just rewards. The Northern Irishman was sharp to pick up a second ball after losing an initial header, had his first effort blocked, before hammering into the bottom left-hand corner at the second attempt.
    It was Lafferty's first goal since joining Kilmarnock last month and signalled his potential impact in the run-in, but he also gave a glimpse of his sometimes controversial character.
    In tussling with Alex Iacovitti as the ball came long, he left an arm flailing which caught the County defender in the face. It was naughty, but ultimately not done with excessive force, and referee Euan Anderson showed him a yellow card.
    The visitors continued to press for a second, but County managed to wrestle back some control by being far more direct, and hauled themselves level just before the break. Jason Naismith's pin-point delivery teed up Mckay to guide home and leave the second-half finely poised.
    Wright brought on Aaron McGowan and Nicke Kabamba at the break in order to inject fresh impetus, but his team's shambolic defending left them two goals adrift within minutes of the restart.
    Hjelde - who made a strong impact in the first-half after being brought on for the injured Carl Tremarco - dispatched emphatically into the corner after another fine pass from Naismith.
    And Mckay, who was also involved in the build-up to the second - made a mockery of the Kilmarnock defence as he gathered a simple flick over the top before rattling the ball beyond Colin Doyle.
    Within two minutes, the entire complexion of the game had changed, and County swelled with confidence as Kilmarnock were left with an arduous task.
    But the Ayrshire side set about it vigorously, and despite struggling to fashion clear opportunities, eventually worked an opening which ended with Kiltie being hauled to the deck by Watson.
    Lafferty nearly took the net off with his penalty, but it was ultimately meaningless.
    And their afternoon got worse in the final seconds, as Millen, already on a yellow card, was sent down the tunnel, presumably for something he said to the assistant referee as he prepared to take a free-kick.
    Man of the match - Leo Hjelde

    The Celtic loanee came on in the first half and made an superb impact in defence and attack at left wing-back, scoring County's second goal.
    What they said
    Ross County manager John Hughes:
    "We're absolutely delighted with the character the players have shown to come back. We're going to need that for the rest of the season. Even at 1-0 down I still felt we were good enough to get back into the game."
    Kilmarnock manager Tommy Wright:
    "I still feel I can turn it around, even after a defeat when it's still raw I still feel that I can. The positive is we still have a number of games to turn things around."
    What's next?
    County can push further clear of the drop next Saturday (15:00 GMT) when they play their game in hand at home to Hibernian, while Kilmarnock must wait a fortnight for their next match at home to Motherwell on 20 March (15:00).

    Full time St Johnstone Hibs 1 - 0
    Head coach Jack Ross urged Hibernian not let their chance of third place slip after a Liam Craig strike condemned them to a second Scottish Premiership defeat in a row away to St Johnstone.
    Craig's curling first-half effort kept Saints' top-six hopes alive and means only the Old Firm have beaten St Johnstone in their last 14 games.
    But Hibs' lead over Aberdeen in third place was cut to three points.
    "We need to get back to winning ways, that's obvious," Ross said.
    "We are trying to create a culture and a mentality around the club that we're not nearly men. It wants to be that club that wants to achieve and achieve regularly, so we're still in a really good position to do that."
    Ross' side still have a game in hand over the fourth-placed Dons in the battle for a Europa League spot.
    League Cup winners St Johnstone moved to within two points of sixth-place St Mirren, and leapfrogged Dundee United, after their seventh win in 11 matches in all competitions.
    Anything less than victory and St Johnstone's top-six hopes would be over. The last time it was win or nothing when these two met, the Perth side had ran out 3-0 winners in January's League Cup semi-finals.
    And after having the better of the opening exchanges, they took the lead with a piece of magic from Craig. Callum Booth's cross wasn't dealt with and, as the ball fell on the edge of the area, Craig took a touch, turned, and curled a beautiful left-foot shot into the bottom far corner.
    Hibs took their time to respond. For long periods the visitors knocked the ball around their own back line before losing possession as soon as the ball crossed the halfway line.
    But as half-time approached a Josh Doig cross was sliced over the bar by the St Johnstone defence, then Joe Newell found space but shot wide of a post.
    Jackson Irvine twice headed wide either side of the break from corner kicks, and Martin Boyle's cross was put over the bar by Paul Hanlon from close range as Hibs began to step it up.
    And it took brilliant defending from Craig to deny Kevin Nisbet the chance to race in on goal after a Liam Gordon error. The midfielder halted his progress with a sliding challenge from behind when he was the last man.
    Christian Doidge hasn't scored since December and his frustration was evident as Clark pushed away a powerful shot. And Doig shot over, then cut inside minutes later and grazed the near post.
    But for all their pressure they couldn't find an equaliser against the stubborn Perth side.
    Man of the match - Josh Doig

    Despite being on the losing side, the Hibs full-back had a strong 90 minutes and was a threat on the left hand side.
    What did they say?
    St Johnstone manager Callum Davidson:
    "It's probably the worst game we've played all season but the best in terms of fighting character.
    "It's been a big week for the players emotionally and physically, so delighted to get the three points today."
    Hibernian manager Jack Ross:
    "I don't think we deserved to lose the game.
    "Second-half, I thought we were good and we dominated a really good team in their own stadium. And I feel hard done-by we've not taken anything from the match."
    What's next?
    Hibernian travel to Ross County next Saturday (15:00 GMT), which is their game in hand. St Johnstone's next game is also against County, but they do not host the Dingwall side until Saturday 20 March (15:00).

    Full time D Utd tims 0 - 0 no match report unless you wish to know the Famous win their 55th title
    And the SPL table after week 31
    https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/scottish-premiership/table

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    Hairy Scot reacted to Harold in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Fuck off Ches....I hope we stick it right up these arrogant cunts for years to come....you have no fucking idea how they bastards have gloated over us ....Fuck the lot of the cunts!
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    Hairy Scot reacted to sployal in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Never put a dime in the tims, another false supporter built up from nowhere and pumped into the stands all to help the 'greatest fans in the World' scam
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    Hairy Scot reacted to sployal in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    What pandemic it's 55 and counting
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Makdee in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Sitting with my headphones in singing songs the wife thinks I have lost it 😂😂😂
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    Hairy Scot reacted to sployal in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Don't need your praise, you have no fucking idea what this means, so stick your cups up yer arse, we don't need them where you come from
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Harold in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Received by Club 1872 this afternoon from a certain gentleman in South Africa...................Heartfelt thanks to this bear and those, who along with him, started our revival...

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    Hairy Scot reacted to Mr Magnificent in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Mr Magnificent in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Looks like Rod has heard the news...🤣🤣🤣🤣🍷
     

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    Hairy Scot reacted to Harold in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    C&P from FF on FB....a tremendous statement....
    John Reid Peter Lawwell Neil Lennon Scott Brown Tommy Sheridan All Tommy’s Wife’s Swinging Partners Jackie Macnamara Tommy Boyd Mikael Lustig Dermot Desmond Neil Doncaster Murdoch MacLennan John hartson Chris Sutton Michael Stewart Kevin Fae The Briggs Laurie fae dennistoun Kevin Clancy Leigh Griffiths Martin Compston Rod Stewart Claire the compliance officer Billy Connolly Gerrard Butler And last but not least every other celtic fan walking the earth. Get it right up every single one of you arrogant bastards. You wanted us dead. You wanted a free run to the ten in a row. You wanted a free hit at the champions league and you wanted to leave us in the gutter as an also ran for the rest of time. Well you well and truly fucked it up. You should have been light years ahead of us. You should have been so far ahead we couldn't compete. You should have been building a team that could compete in Europe while yer B team took care of the league. But you and your ilk were too busy obsessing over resolution 12 and hating rangers to look at the shit show your own club was turning into. You had every advantage you could ever want and yet here we are. It started with you winning a title when your closest rival goes into admin and has 10 points deducted, followed by 4 years of your only realistic competition being In the lower leagues. You then had to play with a rangers team starting from scratch each of the next 3 seasons because of poor management from rangers. You basically got to 8 in a row by default then got gifted title 8 and 3 quarters after a zoom call following some dodgy email conversations. From being so far ahead of rangers that we supposedly needed to spend 100 million to get anywhere close. From 10 in a row being a formality and 20 in a row being more likely. From having 10s of millions in the bank and a playing squad with sellable high value assets throughout to being on the brink of a full squad needing replaced because none of your main players want to be there and you're not getting the mega money you thought you would. From tieing scarves to goalposts at ibrox because you could scud teams filled with dogshit like Rob kieran and Jason holt, to getting beat at home without getting a shot on target then getting beat at ibrox when rangers never got a shot on target. How the mighty have fallen and the sad thing is none of you seen it coming. (can ye see the rangers coming now) So filled with misplaced arrogance and over confidence in your own over rated squad that you could never conceive that rangers could win the league. But while your club was away spunking 5 million transfers on dugmeat like ajeti and barkas et al the rangers team was being put together with minimal fuss. While celtic were getting swatted aside at home to ferencvaros Rangers were beating Galatasaray. While celtic were Conceding hat tricks to Czech electricians, Rangers were topping their group going unbeaten. While you were signing loans for game changing internationals like big Shane Duffy and the wee lassie fae benidorm we were signing free transfers in Balogun and Bassey. While your squad were away on a jolly getting pished in dubai and breaking all the covid guidelines Rangers were back at home keeping safe and keeping on winning. Well to paraphrase what Ally said a few years ago. I hope you've had a right good kick at us and enjoyed yourselves because now we're fucking back where we belong. We're on top as champions and you're all back where you belong as well, In our shadow. 55 and counting, we welcome the chase.
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    Hairy Scot reacted to boro_boy in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Congrats, rather you lot won than the Ceptic cunts!
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Bastion in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Great to see, I know a few Rangers fans who are all over this on social media, well deserved 
    Its also two fingers up to all the corrupt cunts who made sure they dropped to the lowest tier and suggested they had lost their history etc...... 
    Its a dish best served cold.
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Makdee in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Just an amazing feeling so happy for everyone connected to the club including the fans as I said in the other thread sitting here with a tear in my eye. 
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Harold in Rangers FC....Scottish Premiership League winners.....2020/2021   
    Congrats to Rangers, Steven Gerrard, his staff, the players.....been a great season and what a feeling. We Are the People!

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    Hairy Scot reacted to sployal in What the **** is everyone up to   
    Just back from Terry's gaff, he had a few girls in this afternoon and his clandy was rocking.



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    Hairy Scot got a reaction from Makdee in What the **** is everyone up to   
    Give them both a yellow card and a spell in the sinbin.    
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    Hairy Scot got a reaction from Harold in Yet another rule change   
    It used to be a simple game.
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Mr Magnificent in Gordon Elliot   
    Well, he needed reining in that's for sure! 
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    Hairy Scot reacted to Makdee in What the **** is everyone up to   
    Enough I don’t care who’s shit it is. Stop playing the martyr. You both big boys start acting like it every thread descends into this crap it’s boring 
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